What is Purchase Order Financing?
Purchase Order Financing is a short-term alternative inventory financing option that provides working capital to cash constrained businesses. Rosenthal’s newest division, Rosenthal Trade Capital, specializes exclusively in Purchase Order Financing so we can service businesses that need incremental working capital.
Coupled with Factoring and Asset Based Loans, Rosenthal Trade Capital allows us to support a company’s entire supply chain requirements.
Cash Flow Creation
Without adequate cash or credit available, it can often be challenging for companies to cover the costs of manufacturing or producing goods and other expenses essential to running your business. Purchase Order Financing offers any company that makes, buys or sells products a reliable and secure way to improve cash flow.
Who Can Benefit
Rosenthal Trade Capital’s Purchase Order Financing solutions benefit a range of companies including importers, exporters, wholesale distributors and manufacturers that face cash flow challenges created by seasonality, rapid growth, undercapitalization or restructuring issues.
Working with Rosenthal Trade Capital
Rosenthal Trade Capital’s products are tailored to meet the needs of companies and their unique challenges. Rosenthal offers a range of alternative inventory financing products that provide cash funding, credit enhancement and letters of credit to suppliers.
Purchase Order Financing
To cover domestic and international presold inventory purchases
To support light manufacturing and assembly businesses
Government Contract Financing
To acquire or manufacture supplies or equipment for government contracts, both domestic and foreign
Benefits of Purchase Order Financing
Allows businesses to finance large sales opportunities that they otherwise couldn’t afford to fulfill.
Provides an equity alternative that allows for increased sales growth opportunities.
Offers businesses a short-term solution to fund the inventory needed to complete sales transactions, with trade cycles up to 120 days.
Advances up to 100 % of the cost of inventory, including the cost of overhead and labor in certain situations.